EIGHTEEN (18) ISSUES OF "FRIENDS' INTELLIGENCER ISSUED IN 1855. Edited by an Association of Friends.

Philadelphia: Wm. W. Moore, 1855. First Editions. Softcover. 18 issues, each numbering 16 pages, printed on rag paper, drop-title. In addition to some religious content and memorials to Quakers who passed, these issues present a variety of topics: Origin of the Materials of Writing; Guiana; Indian Mummies; Baltimore Yearly Meeting; Choctaw Indians; Pennsylvania Liquor Law; Nutmeg Plantations at Singapore; Emancipation in Kentucky; The Farmers' High School of Pennsylvania; Expedition to the Arctic Ocean; The Workers in Gold; The Gulf-stream; Guinea Traders; New-Mexican Indians; Male and Female Schools; Vermont Versus Virginia; Pitcairn's Island; The True Way to Abolish Slavery; Leviathan Iron Steamship; Gold--What It Is and Where It Comes From; Coral Reefs; The Late Calamity at the White Hills; Return of the Kane Expedition; The Joint Committee on Indian Concerns; &c. Some spotting here and there, although the rag paper has held up well and these issues are quite readable. 11" x 7.25" Good. Item #040621

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